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captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, december 8th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." on the run. a manhunt is underway for the person suspe o georgia police officers, killing one of them. >> back off! back off! >> chaos and fear erupting at a reno high school as a knife-wielding student is shot by a campus police officer. and twitter attack. the president-elect lashes out against a union leader who called mr. trump out on his carrier deal. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york.
a suspect who killed a georgia police officer and wounded another is on the run this morning. law enforcement officials are looking for this man, lembrick. a 30,000 reward is being offered to lead to his arrest and shortly after the shooting a message on his facebook page read another life gone and not going to >> reporter: gunfire broke out in the town of americaas 30 miles south of georgia. a police officer responded to a domestic dispute. >> gunshots were exchanged and the two officers were wound. >> reporter: police say 145-year-old nicholas smar was killed and jody smith was critical wounded. investigators identified
his arrest. >> he is considered armed and dangerous. >> reporter: the georgia bureau of investigation and the fbi and at least 20 law enforcement agencies are working together to find lembrick. on his facebook page the suspect said he was not going to jail. >> this is a dangerous individually and we need to have him off the streets. >> reporter: police say he has outstanding warrants for kidnapping and other charges related to a previous domestic incident but the two officers did not know his background when they responded to the 911 georgia southwestern university went into lockdown as a precaution, though the shooting happened off campus. >> campus is safe and at no time were any students involved or in danger. >> reporter: at least five other georgia law enforcement officers have been killed by gunmen so far this year. don champion, cbs news. a knife wielding nevada high school student is in critical condition after being shot by a police officer. the 14-year-old suspect was threatening other students with
yesterday morning at huck high school in reno. students rushed to get out of the way and officers shot the suspect after he refused to surrender. >> there was an altercation between two students on campus. at some point following that altercation, one student, a 14-year-old male had armed himself with a knife. once armed with a knife the student began threatening others on campus. >> reporter: no one was injured and unclear what provoked the incident. this morning, much of the deep freeze. temperatures up to 35 degrees below normal stretch from the northern plains south and there is snow, too. so much in north dakota that even tow trucks are getting stuck. there are whiteout conditions and the weather system is spp expected to last for days. eric fisher has details. >> reporter: we continue for watch some of the coldest air qik sometime now the freezer door is open to the arctic and
by the end of the week and deep into the southeast by the time we get to saturday morning and looking at at this pattern that will hold on the next seven to ten days. not a short thing but a longer term pattern for this fron. friday morning looking at lows 20 below zero in north dakota and by the time we get to saturday morning, sub freezing air as far south as north there. we will be measuring it in feet down wind of all the great lakes. windy, very cold, mid winter conditions. there is another system we are watching out on the west coast. this one not just bringing mountain snow through the rest of this week but low land snow in and around seattle. very snow levels so wintry conditions really stretching out across the country. i'm meteorologist eric fisher for cbs news. president-elect donald trump continues his thank you tour in iowa today.
include a climate change denier to head the epa but this morning's headlines is about a growing feud between mr. trump and a union leader who criticized mr. trump's claim to have saved 1,100 jobs in indiana. roxana saberi is here in new york. >> reporter: good morning. the union leader called mr. trump's deal to save jobs at the carrier plant in indiana a promise halfway delivered. soon after that, the president-elect lashed out on twitter. the latest dustup indiana's united steelworkers union president chuck jones appeared on cnn and blasting president-elect donald trump for overstating the number of jobs that would be saved as part of the carrier deal. >> we have a lot of our members when torhe wd was coming out of 1,100, they thought that they would have a job. then they find out the next day after friday, that most likely they weren't. 550 were still going to lose
>> reporter: moments later, mr. trump fired back on twitter writing, in part, chuck jones has done a terrible job representing workers. no wonder companies flee the country. just last week, the president-elect visited the indiana-based plant to tout the deal to keep 800 jobs in the u.s. >> companies are not going to leave the united states any more without consequences. not going to happen. >> reporter: the comments came as mr. trump made another controversial nomination to his tapping oklahoma attorney general scott pruitt to head the environmental protection agency. pruitt has repeatedly sued the epa over fossil fuel regulations. >> it is the most damming thing that i see with respect to our ability to grow as a country. >> reporter: in a statement this year a club said having pruitt in charge of the epa is like putting an arsonist in charge of fighting fires. mr. trump picked lind mcmahon to head the small business administration and john kelly to
mr. trump also travels to the ohio state university in columbus, ohio, today, to meet with first responders and victims of a car and knife attack there last month. the incident left 13 people injured. a campus police officer shot and killed the attacker. >> roxana saberi here in new york, thanks a lot. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk to susan page, "usa today" washington bureau chief how the trump adst two juveniles are being held in tennessee charged with starting the wildfires that killed 14 people. the fires damaged or destroyed more than 2,400 homes and other buildings in east tennessee in and near the great smoky mountains national park. the juveniles frare from tennese but not that area. the oakland warehouse fire broke out last friday night.
place on the second floor. there were no sprinklers or fire laer alarms. the fast moving smoke and flames trapped the victims. the trial of dylann roof charged of murdering nine people in a black south carolina church resumes today. the attorney called his act cold and calculated and he fired more than 70 times. one witness looked toward roof and described him as evil. roof's attorney suggested he should be spared the death penalty. russia said this morning, it is close to reaching an understanding on the besieged syrian city of aleppo. syria rebels are calling for a cease-fire to evacuated wounded virgin islands. the cripple kremlin said it's o agenda. coming up on the "morning news."
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nation's strictest abortion limit in ohio. a bill sent to the governor would prohibit abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected. now that could be as early as six weeks into the pregnancy. a ban on abortions after 20 weeks is expected to be passed today. twin cities.com says the nation's first somali american lawmakers was harassed by a cabbie. the driver on tuesday they say shouted anti-muslim insults and threatened to rip she was just elected to the legislature. "the washington post" says president obama will sign a bill to boost medical research and ease drug approvals. both parties support the 21st century cure act. it includes nearly $2 billion for the moon shoot cancer project. >> always, i don't always agree with him, but i do trust him,
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on the cbs "moneywatch." mcdonald's puts a spin on its french fries and crack down on a mortgage. hena daniels is at the new york stock change with that and more. >> good morning. the dow and s&p 500 opened at all-time highs. investors grabbed stocks that tend to be better in faster economic growth like tech and industrial companies. the dow jones jumped 297 points. the s&p 500 gained 29. the nasdaq finished 60 points higher. two s been fined for deceptive advertising practices. american advisers group, reverse mortgage solutions, and ag financial used ads to mid-lead team pooem to reassuring claims can i lose my house? no, you can't. reverse mortgages give homeowners cash in exchange for equity in their homes. the diet supplement retailer
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here. years after it was voted on, the first casino in prince george's county opens tonight. yeah, and if you haven't gotten out the cold weather gear, melissa nord says you're going to need to do that soon. today we're okay for the most part. >> decent this afternoon but we are tracking that front right now. and it is bringing in some flurries and snow showers with it this morning north and west of the city. right now, 39 degrees. coming in. let's check out the first alert live doppler right now. and up to the north for northern montgomery county, frederick county, these are some snow showers that have been working ahead of the arctic front that's moving through. they are generally drifting towards the east and southeast so those in germantown, up towards damascus, there's snow showers arriving shortly. and flurries in leesburg as well.
this afternoon, we get a break with some sunshine coming in. and then it the turns colder towards your friday. we will check that out in a bit. we have an accident, actually in a bad spot if you're trying to catch a flight from dulles airport. the westbound lanes on the dulles toll road right by fairfax county parkway, we have an accident within the last 10 minutes. no delays yet but keep that in mind if you are trying to catch a plane. and there's construction by dulles airport as 28, southbound lanes right by dulles toll road. three lanes are closed. charges in the deadly tennessee wildfires. how did two teenagers start a wildfire that killed 14 people? that's the question investigators are requesting this morning. two teens are under arrest -- are requesting this morning. two teens are under.
bars until a hearing in juvenile court. and victims of that oakland warehouse fire had no way to escape according to new details from federal investigators. they say the fire started on the ground floor and sent smoke up two stairwell, night of which led directly to an exit. by the time the partygoers on the upper floor noticed the smoke, it was too late. 36 people were killed. criminal investigation. the evening commute became a demolition derby on i-4. a driver hit about a dozen cars before trying to run away. officers arrested him after a short chase. there were other fender-benders as drivers try to avoid the hit cars and debris in the road but no serious injuries were reported. the 22-year-old driver was
for now, that's the latest, mikea turner in the newsroom. back to you. >> thank you. a big mess going on there. >> yeah. that is a quick look at what's going on. >> the news at 4:30 starts right now. before heading to court today, the accused comet ping- pong gunman tries to explain himself in a ley hydeck. >> and i'm jan jeffcoat. we like to call it friday eve. >> getting closer. >> we have our eyes on the skies and the roads. ellen bryan has the time saver traffic but we begin with meteorologist melissa nord. >> today's forecast starts out feeling a little wintry this morning. tracking light showers ahead of a cold front. and that's going to bring a big cold snap for the end of the work week. check it out right now. d.c. itself is dry but the snow
they are tracking through frederick county and into northern montgomery county near damascus. so this is going to be light. ground temperatures are above freezing but these are going to be around for the morning commute. the very early morning commute, mainly north of d.c. itself. there's a look at things right now. this is the cold front that brings a much colder finish to the work week. we will talk about feels-like temperatures will be in the teens in a bit. ellen. melissa, there's construction going on, especially 210 so watch out if you're coming from the beltway. southbound lanes passing by fort washington road, you will notice at least one lane closed. no delays there. and on the inner loop, no delays despite construction between new hampshire avenue when you get off the 95 exchange from maryland. and there is one accident this